it is really nice. But please help me how can i make a geometry(about different angles )lesson through instructions and present in on power point. and same topic through cooperative learning method
it is really nice. But please help me how can i make a geometry(about different angles )lesson through instructions and present in on power point. and same topic through cooperative learning method
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How to use resources for adaptive/assistive devices for students with special needs
Online tools such as calculators
websites that help with problem solving
provide students with access to lab equiptment that can be connected to a computer
use larger scopes and magnifying tools
science-based websites
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How teachers and students can practice socially responsible, ethical, and legal use of technology, information, and software resources related to your topic
Using different computer or internet games.
Use internet and computer safety.
Use computer privacy.
Teachers should monitor websites and only allow certain ones.
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How teachers and students can adhere to copyright laws and guidelines in the access and use of information from various technologies
When using the different calculators and other mathmatical tools.
When using the different science materials, this can include the equipment.
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How an existing WebQuest can be used as an activity for your topic
Title: MATH FRACTIONS AND THE FUN OF IT ALL....ADDING FRACTIONS USING COOL MATH GAMES. URL: http://questgarden.com/101/05/7/100413162426/process.htm. This webquest will help students with adding fractions, it also gives some game ideas that you can play with the students. It is also very easy to read and gives a good step by step process when teaching this lesson.
Title: Subtraction of Integers. URL: http://questgarden.com/103/50/9/100517184823/process.htm. This webquest will help students with the subtraction of integers. This webquest also gives ideas about playing games with the students. This one was a little harder to read with the different colors they used.
Title: Changes in Science URL: http://questgarden.com/75/79/4/090120055925/process.htm. This webquest tells about how different things in nature change, how a caterpillar turns into a butterfly and how a seeds turns into a plant. This website give good science experiments on how to watch the different things change.
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Examples of instructional software that can be used for your topic
Calculators (Graphing)
Different computer and internet games
Different science equipment
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Examples of instructional software that can be used for your topic
Geometer’s Sketchpad
GLOBE program
NASA internet sites
Microsoft Excel
Instructional games
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Examples of tools or resources that teachers can use for developing teleresearch or telecommunication projects for student related to your topic
Using virtual manipulatives- Manipula Math with Java ( www.ies.co.jp/math/java/index.html )
Motivating skill building and practice- PLATO Learning ( www.plato.com )
Supporting math-related communications- Math Forum – Ask Dr. Math ( www.mathforum.org/dr.math/ )
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Examples of rubrics that can be used for assessing student outcomes for your topic
Using virtual manipulatives- Manipula Math with Java ( www.ies.co.jp/math/java/index.html )
Motivating skill building and practice- PLATO Learning ( www.plato.com )
Supporting math-related communications- Math Forum – Ask Dr. Math ( www.mathforum.org/dr.math/ )
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Example and description integration idea of appropriate lesson plans for your topic
Fun Mathematics Lessons - A comprehensive PreK-12 site that contains math lessons and activities on graphing, problem solving, algebra, fractions, counting, exponents, fractals, ratios and proportions, geometry, and calculus ( www.nycareerzone.org/text/resources/index.jsp?section=142
Math.com, The World of Math Online has free math lessons, math help and lesson plans from basic math to algebra, geometry and more. Contains hundreds of Teacher created unique lesson plans ( http://www.math.com/teachers/centers/lesson%20plans.html )
PBS Teacher Source- a teacher resource service utilizing the power of telecommunications to provide quality resources and services to teachers of mathematics, science and other subjects in grades K-12 with over 3000 lesson plans and activities ( http://www.pbs.org/teachers )
Technology is very useful in the classroom when teaching math and science. You can use a lot of different tools to help explain or show a concept. Some examples are different calculators, and different multimedia examples.
The teacher should only allow specific websites, computer and internet safety and privacy.
Provide students with lab equipment that is easy to use. Use computer equipment that allows the students that allows what is being magnified to be displayed on a larger screen
Microsoft Excel, Geometers Sketchpad, Globe Program.